STATE TIMES NEWS SRINAGAR: The Director General of Police J&K, Dilbag Singh on Wednesday discussed various issues related to working of police, welfare of personnel, procurement, Police buildings and others. In a meeting held here on Wednesday, the DGP said that the meeting has been called to have a discussion over different issues, which have been referred to the PHQ by subordinate wings/units or have come up for discussion in last few weeks. He said that these issues, dealt by different sections of PHQ, have direct bearing on the welfare and working of Police personnel. The DGP expressed happiness over results of Police Public School Jammu and impressed that some more measures need to be taken to further enhance the quality of education being imparted to wards of police personnel and other students in Police Public Schools. He complimented PWWA for taking keen interest in running the schools. The DGP further advised officers to come up with fruitful suggestions for forthcoming Central Welfare Committee meet, scheduled on 25th of this month. He exhorted upon the officers to seek feedback from subordinate units and personnel and place the same before Central Welfare Committee, so that more and more welfare measures are taken for Police personnel. On the occasion, A G Mir, ADGP (Hqrs) PHQ put a number of issues regarding welfare, canteens, petrol-pumps, sports, establishment, procurement and utilisation of building infrastructure for further discussion. The ADGP impressed upon different sections of PHQ to incorporate the suggestions for further addition in rules and regulations. A K Choudhary ADGP (Coord) PHQ, S J M Gillani ADGP (Armed), A G Mir ADGP (Hqrs) PHQ, Muneer Khan ADGP (HG/Security/L&O), S D Singh Jamwal IGP (CIV) PHQ, J P Singh IGP (Personal) PHQ, Ahfadul Mujtaba IGP Crime, S P Pani IGP Kashmir, S M Kapoor Director Prosecution PHQ, SSP Srinagar, SSP (Hqrs) CID, SSP PCR Kashmir, AIsG of PHQ and Section Officers of PHQ were also present.
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